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  • n. Plural form of nonsenior.


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  • In the past two NBA drafts, the Pac-10 has had 14 nonseniors taken, the most of any conference.

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  • A record-tying number of nonseniors have declared themselves as eligible to play in the NFL, beefing up the competition among top college talent.

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  • They have been able to enroll in comprehensive health plans that resemble the coverage many nonseniors have — often with no extra premium.

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  • "Statistics show that seniors have higher rates of sickness and injury than nonseniors," says Ed Walker, president of the U.S.

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  • There is a suggested donation of $1.75 per meal for seniors 60 and older and $2.50 for nonseniors.

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  • "I think the league has stated publicly that they didn't have to come out because there won't be a wage scale," Condon said of the nonseniors.

  • The expected heavy influx of nonseniors applying for this year's NFL draft did not happen despite looming labor unrest in the league. Stories

  • The fairest way to scale back the rebate program is to set an income threshold and a rebate amount that is the same for both seniors and nonseniors.

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  • Second, property-tax rebates would be eliminated for nonseniors earning more than $75,000.

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  • The Legislature, in reworking the budget, should consider spreading that pain more fairly between better-off seniors and nonseniors.

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